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Khloe Kardashian & Tristan Thompson's Relationship Timeline Is Sort Of Adorable

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On Tuesday, news broke that Khloé Kardashian might be pregnant with boyfriend Tristan Thompson. Of course, every Kardashian fan is freaking out at the idea of not one, but possibly three Kardashian sisters having babies all around the same time, given the rumors that Kylie Jenner is also reportedly expecting, along with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's reported surrogate news earlier this month. But if you look at the timeline of Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson's relationship, this still-unconfirmed pregnancy news isn't actually all that surprising.

Really, since going public last year, Khloé and Thompson have been super hot and heavy. During the season finale of Keeping Up With The Kardashians this summer, Khloé even said that Thompson and her had discussed having children. (He has a 9-month-old named Prince with ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig, already.)

According to Entertainment Tonight, Khloé said during the finale of the Cleveland Cavaliers center:

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Romper has reached out to Kardashian's representatives for comment, but has not heard back at this time, so there's no confirmation yet about whether the pregnancy rumors are true. But if they are, Khloé and Tristan's romance timeline show that this might be the next step for the couple.

They Met In Summer 2016

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According to Us Weekly, Khloé and the basketball pro met when two friends set them up together. They were first spotted hanging out and holding hands back in August 2016. Khloé told Ryan Seacrest in Us Weekly's KUWTK Ten Year Anniversary Special that it was love at first date. She said:

They Went Instagram Official In October

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Although paparazzi had spotted the couple out and about together during August and September, the first sign of true love was this Instagram post with two hands and a simple heart emoji. No names, but those in the know put it all together.

And By Halloween They Were Total #RelationshipGoals

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The mystery man obviously wasn't introduced to the world yet as her beau, but her Instagram followers knew what was up.

The Holidays Were Spent Together

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These two even coordinated their outfits for Christmas.

New Year's Eve Was A Romantic Affair

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Already, these two were making us all swoon.

February Was All About Love In The Sun

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Judging by their Instagram accounts, the couple spent some time in the sun together for Valentine's Day in some tropical locale.

Finally, He Makes His KWUTK Debut

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In March, Khloé finally introduced her fam to Thompson, and her BF to the entire world when she invited him to Kanye West's concert in March 2017.

By April, It Was True Love

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In April, Khloé told ES Magazine that she was in deep and had never felt "this kind" of love. She said that would definitely marry Thompson and settle down with him. Khloé told the magazine:

They Spent Most Of The Summer Together

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Paparazzi caught the couple hanging out together all summer long, although they stayed fairly private on social media.

Now, She's Always In The Stands

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Khloé and her entire family are no strangers to the Cavaliers' stands.

Although it might be just over a year since Khloé and Thompson made it "Insta Official," a pregnancy announcement wouldn't be totally out of left field. If only because by all appearances, at least, this couple is going places.

Watch Romper's new video series, Romper's Doula Diaries:

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Check out the entire Romper's Doula Diaries series and other videos on Facebook and the Bustle app across Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.

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